"Which ones are yours?"
Translation:Lesquels sont à vous ?
"qeul/quelle" mean "which" so "quelle voiture est à toi ?" means "which/what car is yours?" It can also be plural (quels/quelles) par exemple "quelles voitures sont à toi ?" meaning "which cars are yours?"
'Lequel/laquelle" means "which one" so "Laquelle est ta voiture ?" means "which one is your car?" or for plural (lesquels/lesquelles) "Lesquelles sont tes voitures ?" which means "which ones are your cars?"
So it depends whether you are trying to say "which" or "which one(s)"
It's based on whether what you're talking about is masculine or feminine. Since we don't know for this question, either should be accepted.
When do you use "à vous"? Is it for possessive pronoun which is not followed by a noun?
In case you're still following this discussion: the word "tes" is an adjective describing a noun and must have a noun after the word, as in "tes chapeaux" (your hats).
French experts, please explain. I answered "lesquels sont les tiens" because I couldn't remember if "lesquels sont les votres" required a circumflex on the "o" and I didn't want to be marked as incorrect for misspelling. I was not marked incorrect; however, the structure "lesquels sont a vous" sounds awkward. Would a French person use this expression? Thank you.
In fact, for expressions indicating possession, French speakers typically don't repeat the definite article, so "lesquels" does't go with "les tiens" or "les vôtres". It's better to use "à toi" or "à vous".
I just asked my girlfriend, who is French, and she said she would totally say "lesquels sont à vous ?" She also said she might say "quels sont les votre ?" but that would require context.
which is the difference between "lesquels sont á vous" vs "lesquels sont les votres" can they both be interchangeable¿?
subtlety : "à vous" for the things, animals, "les votres" for people.(children for example) but... we tenderly say "à vous" for children. ... if complicity with the other person. Sorry for my english ...
Does not mean the same thing : Lesquels sommes nous : "Which ones are we ?" (And i'm not sure it would mean something in english" Lesquels sont à vous : "Which ones are yours". It marks the posession.
"à" is not a verb, it is a preposition, "avez" is the first person plural of "avoir" but "a" (without the accent) is a verb : it is the third person singular of "avoir'.